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ABC Returns to Court To Fight DOL’s New Unlawful Overtime Rule

Associated Builders and Contractors today announced the filing of a complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Sherman Division, challenging the U.S. Department of Labor’s controversial final rule, Defining and Delimiting the Exemptions for Executive, Administrative, Professional, Outside Sales, and Computer Employees, which will change overtime regulations under the Fair…

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ABC Calls for Inclusive Infrastructure Policies During United for Infrastructure Week

Associated Builders and Contractors today issued the following statement supporting United for Infrastructure’s 12th annual Infrastructure Week, May 13-17. “The importance of quality, safe, dependable infrastructure cannot be understated, and we must build public works projects to deliver the most value for the taxpayer and our communities,” said Ben Brubeck, ABC…

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ABC’s Construction Executive Magazine Launches Annual Photo Contest

Construction Executive, Associated Builders and Contractors’ award-winning magazine, today announced the details of its annual photo contest. Open to all photographers—individuals and firms, amateurs and professionals alike—the contest seeks the most captivating construction snapshots: dynamic, well-composed and visually appealing images that showcase the essence of U.S. construction projects and teams. The…

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ABC Slams President Biden’s Veto of Congressional Resolution to Nullify NLRB Joint Employer Rule

Associated Builders and Contractors today issued the following statement criticizing President Joe Biden’s veto of H.J. Res 98, the Joint Employer Congressional Review Act resolution of disapproval, which would have nullified the ABC-opposed rule issued by the National Labor Relations Board in 2023 and prevented promulgation of a similar rule in the future….

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